Monday, November 14, 2011

Corsage Instead of Bouquet?

Brides to be are always looking for an easy way to handle the flowers for their wedding party.  Think about using a floral arranger.  What's a floral arranger? No, it's not your talented local florist (though he/she is a talented resources for weddings), a floral arranger is a bendable wire grid that works with any vase or vessel that lets the inexperienced diy'er arrange their flowers and have them look like a pro did the job. Floral arrangers have a crystal tassel that you can match or choose in an accent color. These arrangers are perfect for use by a wedding diy'er. 

And while they are made to be used on a vase, a floral arranger can also be used to make a wrist corsage.  Just attach your flowers with floral wire or tape, add some ribbon, beads or additional decoration of you choice, and add a piece of ribbon or elastic to hold it on your wrist. How easy is that?

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